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Hosted by actress and activist Mariska Hargitay of Law and Order: SVU, Telling Amy's Story raises awareness about the pervasive and largely unreported epidemic of domestic violence in America.

Select Impacts

  • Worldwide Reach
    Through Broadcast, YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, screening events and our telling.psu.edu, we have reached 6 million people in 128 countries.
  • TV Broadcast
    The film has been shown 1,312 times on 384 public television stations in 148 markets that cover 88% of the US Population.
  • Global Impact
    The film was screened at the International Public Television Screening Conference (INPUT) in Seoul, South Korea in May 2011 and was broadcast on South Korean Public Television.
  • Higher-Ed Training
    92 colleges and universities have requested the film to host a screening or use as a training tool.
  • Community Events
    There have been over 285 events nationally and internationally, which have directly reached more than 73,000 people.
  • Other Local Impact
    Over 750 domestic violence organizations, police departments, community groups, churches, attorneys, judges, local governments, and businesses have requested the film.
  • Media Exposure
    • Huffington Post
    • The Daily Beast
    • US Weekly
    • Ladies Home Journal
    • Hundreds of blogs/articles in online and print media

Mariska Hargitay introducing Telling Amy's Story at the Newseum Premiere Event

Telling Amy's Story Impact Map

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